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Rats can sniff TB

I read this Reuters story recently about giant rats being used to sniff out tuberculosis in Tanzania and Mozambique prisons.

Elisha Goldstein in mindful.org said that “spending time in solitude is actually a very healthy thing to do – it gives us an opportunity to balance the busyness.”

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In some cases, we can’t recognize that nail biting becomes part of our mannerism. It usually starts from childhood, going through adulthood stage.

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Family history has much to do with the occurrence of heart attacks and strokes among people with psoriasis. According to Reuters Health, people with psoriasis, a chronic inflammatory skin disease, are more likely to have heart attacks and strokes when they have a family history of cardiovascular problems. The news agency cites a Danish study. […]

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Last Friday, I talked about science behind magic tricks. Let me cite another example, the balancing of coins on top of a glass, which we also performed on our Matangalawin TV show sometime back.

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We have here another heart-warming story of how man’s best friend turned out to be a hero. Stories like this are always reassuring that all isn’t lost in our world.

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